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The National Museum of Scotland by Benson & Forsyth, which opens this week, is one of a recent crop of modern buildings which are recognisably Scottish - due, in part, to the choice of materials. Stirling Stone Group plc was responsible for the £4 million stonework contract on the museum, and was also involved in the High Court of Justiciary in Glasgow (left), and the Parr Partnership's Abertay Library, which was shortlisted in the best building category of the Scottish Architectural ...
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